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Execution Strategies for Petri Net Simulations.

Grevet, J.L.M.; Jandura, L.; Brode, J.; Levis, A.H.

Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Cambridge. Lab. for Information and Decision Systems, Report No. LIDS-P-1739, 1988.

Abstract: When implementing a simulation system on a digital computer, the automation of the firing process poses problems because a computer executes instructions sequentially. A simulation system based on Predicate Transition nets has been designed which has imbedded in it as choices a number of rules for handling concurrency, confusion, and token colors. These rules may represent either the actual protocols, or ways of handling some model implementation problems.

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